Encouraging Innovation in Technology that Helps Older Adults

Encouraging Innovation in Technology that Helps Older Adults

By Tom Mullaney Less than a decade ago, the field of aging was a sleepy sector of innovation. Now, with…

Wearable Medicine

Wearable Medicine

New devices tackle heart disease and diabetes By Tom Mullaney Above photo: CardioMEMS pulmonary artery sensor. Courtesy of St. Jude Medical, Inc. A new…

Trending Physicians Take to Social Media

Trending Physicians Take to Social Media

By Katie Scarlett Brandt Repeated run-ins with insurance companies can infuriate David Rubin, MD. As chief of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and…

‘Tech Neck’ yet another hazard of the electronic age

‘Tech Neck’ yet another hazard of the electronic age

Source: University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health whatdoctorsknow.com When Mom nagged you to “sit up straight,” she…

On-Screen Doctors

On-Screen Doctors

Telemedicine delivers remote healthcare on demand By Karen Grimaldos Pamela Ziegler doesn’t have time to get sick. That’s why when…

Health Apps and Wearables: The Next Stage

Health Apps and Wearables: The Next Stage

By Tom Mullaney We live in a time of technology disruption. Airbnb has revolutionized the rental markets model. Uber and…

High Performers

Tech-savvy devices help with health and fitness By Megy Karydes Above photo courtesy of Athos Technology has the power to…

Defying the Odds

Defying the Odds

Meniscal transplant breathes life into athletic hopes of 16-year-old Lake Forest resident. by Katie Morell On a warm afternoon this…

Brain Power

Brain Power

More noninvasive technology really getting at brain tumors by Nancy Maes The brain is the home for so much of…